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anti-Semitic

[ an-tee suh-mit-ik, an-tahy‐ ]
/ ˈæn ti səˈmɪt ɪk, ˈæn taɪ‐ /
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adjective
prejudiced or hostile toward Jews: We have come to reject the anti-Semitic views of our parents’ generation. Critics have cited his anti-Semitic comments.
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Origin of anti-Semitic

First recorded in 1880–85; anti- + Semitic
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British Dictionary definitions for anti-Semitic

anti-Semitic

adjective
prejudiced against or hostile to Jews

Derived forms of anti-Semitic

anti-Semitically, adverb
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